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Labrador’s economic contribution to the province grows every year. But are the benefits flowing back? Newly minted Liberal Labrador MP Yvonne Jones is full of fire. And she’s not afraid to throw around words like “territorial status” when it comes to discussing the future of …

The Conference Board of Canada’s provincial outlook, released in June, predicted Canada’s easternmost province will lead the country with a six per cent rise in GDP growth in 2013. And for 2014? Another increase, of about 3.4 per cent. A boom in major industrial development …

How a sticky situation led a honey-loving entrepreneur to create a one-of-a-kind product that’s now being used in space.

Shawn Stratton’s new book, Teams on the Edge, demonstrates how some of the best lessons in life are learned outside the classroom

The key to Greater Moncton’s success can be narrowed down to three critical pillars. “One is location,” says Denis Melanson, Interim CEO of Enterprise Greater Moncton. “Another is the labour force. And the other is our cost-effectiveness.” Indeed, he says, “On the location side, we …

It is no secret there’s a shortage of skilled workers, not just in Newfoundland and Labrador, but right across Atlantic Canada. There is also a long list of industrial developments underway and just-aboutunderway that needs thousands of people. Where will they all come from? “Those …

Ed Moriarty stepped into the role of executive director of Mining Industry NL in May 2013. Right away, he was impressed and energized by the people he had agreed to represent. “They are can-do people, eternal optimists,” Moriarty says about the industry players he has …

Looking for a way to entice delegates to your next meeting or conference? Something extra-special to make your event memorable? The perfect way to unwind after a tough round of meetings or negotiations? Here’s a sliver of what’s possible in Atlantic Canada. Fredericton, N.B. • …

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